Eco-Friendly Nursery Basics
All new cribs must meet federal Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) guidelines. But these guidelines don’t address materials such as composite woods made with formaldehyde, or paints or polyurethanes containing fungicides, and other additives that you really don’t want a baby chewing on. You might consider a crib such as Pacific Rim Woodworking’s, made from solid maple and either left unfinished or finished with pure, raw tung, and linseed oils. The crib can be converted to a toddler bed.
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